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Triangle Run

 This game is in fact very hard, but it cannot be denied that it is also extremely fun. As always, check out the creator's other work! Triangle Run by Terry Cavanagh

Sigil Generator

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 If you have been following this blog throughout the existence of it...that's you mom, you would know that I am a huge fan of watabou's generators. They are a great bridge in order to help yourself be more creative. Today I looked at his sigil generator and made a pretty cool one! Please do check out his other stuff as well.  Sigil Generator by watabou

Solitaire: Tactics.

 Tired of the same repetitive game of Solitaire? If you are, I have just the game for you. Solitaire: Tactics is a fun modification of the traditional game. This version is absolutely more challenging and adds a pleasant difficulty as opposed to simply stacking cards. Say hello to Solitaire: Tactics! I have been following this creator a while and they haven't disappointed yet, so show them some love. Solitaire: Tactics by Torreng Labs

Monster.

 I rather enjoy the content put up by this school. This clearly shows that someone put a lot of work into this. I'm sure that since this is a school there was a shorter deadline than normal, things worked out well regardless and I enjoyed the game! Monster by MindX - Technology & Startup school

Cacti First impressions

 This game is a lot more difficult then I thought it would be. With a name like Cacti, I certainly expected the cute graphics, but I also expected the game to be easy. Well, it is not and for that I am pleasantly surprised.  Cacti by Torreng Labs

Gayyde: An Interview with the Developers.

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 Indie Game Utopia is a gaming community I am very fond of. IGU just wrapped up their summer game jam and the winner is Ema la Yon with the entry of Gayyde! I had the enjoyable opportunity of interviewing the team. Gayyde by Ema la Yon The team of AUREXLEMANDARIN and Ema la Yon both made this game, described as a colorful platformer that uses gravity as the main mechanic. Since developers were only allowed to use a pallete consisting of colors from a pride flag, this game features a palette from lesbian pride. When asked if the game was pride based, this was Ema la Yon's answer: "I wouldn't really call it 'pride based' per say.  Although it features the lesbian pride flag as the palette, which is one of my flags and one of my prides, the game hasn't got an actual lesbian story/subtext. I would have liked to but I didn't have time to conceptualize it, especially since I lack the experience." Or simply... "hitting boxes and playing around with gra